The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
Autobiography of a British cavilry officer in pre-war India and on the western front, who later became a member of the Royal flying corps in Mesopotamia. The closing chapters concern his subsequent travels in India and give his interpretation of the Hindu philosophy through the medium of his personal experience.
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